Audubon Bird walk at Peña Blanca

By Signe Hammer

This month, Audubon’s bird walk will head to Peña Blanca, a few miles past the Presa Allende, where a tree-lined stream and open farmland provide habitat for a wide variety of songbirds and raptors. With leaders Norman Besman, Bob Graham, Luke Rich, Mike Wheatcroft and Signe Hammer we’ll look for recently arrived winter migrants such as Lincoln’s Sparrows and Yellow-rumped Warblers, as well as locals such as Blue Grosbeaks, Great Kiskadees, Crested Caracaras and American Kestrels.

Great Kiskadee
Photo Credit: Bob Graham
Crested Caracara
Photo Credit: Wayne Colony

Audubon Bird walk
Sun, Nov 18, 7:45am-noon
Meets in front of Instituto Allende
Ancha de San Antonio 20
Bob Graham, 154-9856
Members free, non-members 150 pesos or US$15

The walk is open to beginning and experienced birders alike. Wear sturdy walking shoes and bring water and a hat. Carpooling is essential, so if you have a car, please bring it. Plan to arrive at 7:45, as we leave promptly at 8. You’ll be back by about noon, with new entries for your life list and new birding friends.

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